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Sharon Worley

Sharon Worley, American art history professor. Houston Community College Faculty Development grants, HCCS Faculty Senate, 2008-2009. Artist member WIVLA Women Visual and Literature Arts, Houston; artist co-op member H-Gallery, 2005—2010; Member of Society Studies Stalienne, Modern Humanities Research Association.

Education

  • Master of Arts in Art History, Tufts University, Boston, 1991. Doctor of Philosophy in Aesthetics-Humanities, University Texas, Dallas, 2007.

Career

  • Curator Cape Ann History Museum, Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1993—2000. Visiting professor University St. Thomas, Houston, 1994—2009. Adjunct professor, arts & humanities department University Houston, since 2001.

    Adjunct professor department history, humanities, English Houston Community College, since 2004.

Works

  • Landscape paintings, Tropic Cancer (Exhibition Houston Public Library. Mckinney Branch Downtown, 2010), Sharon Worley, Global Currents. Author: (book) Women's Literary Salons during the Napoleonic Era (Edwin Mellen Press, 2009).

Membership

Artist member WIVLA Women Visual and Literature Arts, Houston. Artist co-op member H-Gallery, 2005—2010. Member of Society Studies Stalienne, Modern Humanities Research Association.
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Nationality
  • 1991
    Tufts University
  • 2007
    University Texas
  • 1993
    Curator Cape Ann History Museum
    Gloucester, Massachusetts, United States
  • 1994 - 2009
    visiting professor, University St. Thomas
    Houston, Texas, United States
  • 2001
    adjunct professor
  • 2004
    adjunct professor, department history